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09/21/2011

Gaines seeks losses: TN pastor vs. 'gay and lesbian lifestyle'-friendly Council

by Jeremy Hooper

Steve Gaines, a Baptist pastor in Cordova, TN, is using the pulpit granted to him by virtue of his theological training to influence the council seats granted to the public by virtue of their taxed citizenship:

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Bellevue Pastor Asks Members to Vote Against Equality [Memphis Flyer]

"Sexual preference," Mr. Gaines? You mean like one's choice to screw the line between church and state?

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